An area of high pressure wedged between a storm system sitting off the coast of the Northwest and the system that brought snow and rain to parts of California earlier this week, which, according to the LA Times, brought 404 car crashes to the region, will start the weekend off with abundant sunshine for Los Angeles.
However, as the weekend progresses, the days will get increasingly cloudier, though no precipitation is in the forecast.
Temperatures will remain consistent for the duration of the weekend with upper 60s and lower 70s at the coast and mid- to upper 70s farther inland.
Overnight lows will stay in the mid- to upper 50s. Skies should stay fairly clear during the nighttime hours.
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Three people were killed after a pileup, involving up to 40 vehicles, snarled traffic in snowy central Michigan Thursday morning.
A storm will spread snow and a wintry mix that will disrupt travel across the northeastern United States by early next week.
Cyclone Vardah will weaken before reaching southern India to start the new week.
A Georgia man was sentenced to life in prison following the death of his son in a hot car in June of 2014.
Bouts of rain and snow will continue to spread over the northwestern United States through Saturday.
Famed astronaut John Glenn, most well-known for becoming the first American to orbit the Earth, passed away on Thursday at the age of 95.